- What We Do
Nothing can separate us from the love of God. Resonate ministry leaders from throughout the world share what's bringing them comfort and encouragement during the coronavirus pandemic.
I take a sip of my freshly pressed coffee and ask a question I’ve asked many times: What is going on?
This is just another meeting, like many others I’ve had throughout the semester, but different in that it is taking place online.
When the coronavirus pandemic forced many churches throughout the world to take worship gatherings online, Bridge Church—a new CRC church plant in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta—didn’t have the equipment.
Pastor Ryan Pedde and his team bought the equipment they needed to keep their church connected, but they were unsure how they were going to pay for it.
Then Pedde and his team got an email from Resonate Global Mission offering grants for technology support for church plants throughout Canada and the United States
The Coronavirus Wasn’t in the Budget
We now know that most of us will not be able to remember and celebrate Holy Week with the same traditions, gatherings, and events that we look forward to every year. Typically, many churches pray that God will use this week to draw people in so we can share with them the good news of God’s grace and salvation.
But this year, the church has left the building. And with this unexpected change, each of us has an opportunity to share the good news through our words and actions right where we are living.
Marlette and Veronica are sisters-in-law. They live right down the road from each other, but they never got along—not until Resonate missionary Elaine Lee invited them to a Coffee Break Bible study. Digging deeper into God's Word changed their lives!